@Pocket: Really cool sets Pocket! Unfortunately, I didn't really find Toxic Spikes Nidoqueen that effective; it looked like such a cool set on paper, but when I tried it out it was just... mediocre. A lot of Nidoqueen's checks are levitating, so Toxic Spikes don't really help Nidoqueen in beating them, and most people won't keep their Poison-type in on Nidoqueen anyway, so Nidoqueen can't really guarantee that they were removed. I'm going to have to reject that, sorry! Beheeyem on the other hand, was really fun, since it just hits everything so hard on the switch. However, at times Beheeyem was really just death fodder since it doesn't really have that much bulk, and I will honestly say I never had a chance to use Nasty Plot because of that, but Beheeyem's ability to just hit everything really hard on the switch is cool. Added!
@ShakeItUp: Carracosta was a boss, and even though it was really slow, it was still a very powerful sweeper when I used it. Hidden Power Grass wasn't even needed that often because Poliwrath / Alomomola / Quagsire / Rhydon and such are relatively rare on the ladder, but when opponents did use those Pokemon, it allowed Carracosta to absolutely destroy them. Added!
@spuds4ever: RestTalk Escavalier is sooo underrated, but it's an awesome set! It still hit extremely hard, and really let Escavalier last throughout the match. I did feel that I missed Pursuit at times, since even though Escavalier could easily check Sceptile, being unable to be guaranteed to removed it with Pursuit sucked, but otherwise it's an excellent set (though idk why you put Occa Berry there since Escavalier really needs Leftovers for recovery, and it still takes a boatload from Fire-type attacks even with Occa). Added!
@Hot N Cold: Like Beheeyem, this was also a pretty inconsistent Pokemon, but I had a lot of fun using it. Just spamming U-turn in the beginning of the game work surprisingly well, since like you said, so many people will immediately assume Scyther is choiced because of that. Then, late game it can sweep with Aerial Ace, which has awesome neutral coverage on its own. The only problem with this was that Scyther is just so weak without a Swords Dance; smarter opponents caught on to the fact that Scyther didn't have a Choice Band because it's U-turn was so weak. Still, it's a fun set that works quite well. Added!
@complete legitimacy: Stealth Rock Golurk is indeed an excellent Pokemon. Being able to spinblock, set up Stealth Rock, and hit extremely hard made Golurk a great Pokemon to use. I didn't like how it loses to Kabutops and Cryogonal, who are like, the two best spinners in the tier, but still, it has a definite niche. Added!
Also guys, remember to discuss the posted sets!